As you may already know, one of Pain Alliance Europe’s on-going projects is the survey we have elaborated with the support of our member organisations and translated in most of Europe’s languages so that as much chronic pain patients as possible may express their concerns and opinions.
The Survey’s deadline is the 15 April.
The results will then be analysed by a specialised department of the Erasmus University in Rotterdam, and the results of this analysis will be available early June.
The first presentation of the results will be done during Pain Alliance Europe General Assembly on the 9th June in Malta, where Pain Alliance members will be able to discuss the feedback received from the patients, the results of the survey and the improvements to be applied in the future to similar actions.
If you happen to be concerned with chronic pain, as a patient or as a carer, and you haven’t yet contributed to this action, please join by answering the questions meant to bring the problems related to chronic pain to the attention of the decision-makers and societal partners.
You may find the survey in different languages by accessing this article on Pain Alliance Europe’s Survey on Chronic Pain.